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The Wild West Super Series is returning to All American Speedway in 2024. (Don Thompson photo)

Wild West Super Series Returns To All American

ROSEVILLE, Calif. — After a spectacular opening season of super late model competition at All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif., track officials have announced the return of the Wild West Super Series in 2024.

The series will compete at five NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series events throughout the year, concluding on Oct. 5 during the prestigious NASCAR/ARCA Menards Series West event.

The inaugural campaign attracted a cavalcade of track champions back to Roseville with 2007 track champion Eric Schmidt, 2019 champion Jason Romero, 2020 champion Cole Moore, 2021 champion John Moore and 2022 champion Dylan Zampa, along with Jr. Late Model champions Aidan Daniels and Kenna Mitchell and multi-time Super Stock champion Josh Whitfield.

The “Race of Champions” was topped by Zampa in 2023 with two victories and three runner-up finishes, utilizing the same chassis as he did to win the 2022 Pro Late Model title with engine and suspension changes.

Moore won twice while Schmidt also triumphed in one of his few major super late model wins at the one-third mile despite a Hall of Fame-level career over the last 30 years at the speedway located @the Grounds in Roseville.

Each of the five 2024 rounds will pay $3,000 to win and $400 to start. This season will see the tires change to the Hoosier ST1 and ST2, aligning well with the super late model competition at other California tracks and tours. The basic rulebook has been relaxed even further in hopes of attracting teams to bring their cars out of garages and onto the asphalt.

The Wild West Super Series joins a busy roster of championship divisions in 2024 including Berco Redwood Pro Late Models, Velocity Solar Modifieds, NAPA/Riebes Auto Parts Super Stocks, F4s, AAMCO of Auburn Jr. Late Models, and INEX Legends.

Racing action opens for the 70th season of All American Speedway on March 23 with SPEARS SRL Southwest Tour Super Late Models, Pro Late Models and Modifieds, plus the championship openers for the Super Stocks, F4s, and INEX Legends.

“I’m ready for another season of Saturday night throwdowns,” John Moore of JM Environmental said. “I want to race against the best and can’t wait to do it again in 2024. Bring out your hot rods and let’s get it on.”